CertExams.com Simulator Lab Exercises Answers
Description : Telnet is a network protocol used to provide access to the controller’s CLI. Secure Shell (SSH) is a more secure version of Telnet that uses data encryption and a secure channel for data transfer. You can use the controller GUI or CLI to configure Telnet and SSH sessions.
1. Choose Management > Telnet-SSH to open the Telnet-SSH Configuration page.
2. In the Telnet Login Timeout text box, enter the number of minutes that a Telnet session is allowed to remain inactive before being terminated. The valid range is 0 to 160 minutes (inclusive), and the default value is 5 minutes. A value of 0 indicates no timeout. In this lab enter 35 as Login timeout.
3. From the Maximum Number of Sessions drop-down list, choose the number of simultaneous Telnet or SSH sessions allowed. The valid range is 0 to 5 sessions (inclusive), and the default value is 5 sessions. A value of zero indicates that Telnet/SSH sessions are disallowed.
4. From the Allow New Telnet Sessions drop-down list, choose Yes or No to allow or disallow new Telnet sessions on the controller. The default value is No. Select Yes from the drop down.
5. From the drop-down list, choose Yes or No to allow or disallow new SSH sessions on the controller. The default value is Yes.
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